2013 may have seen its share of climate grinches, but now it's time to toast the climate champs of the year.
It attaches to a fixie bike frame, connects to the fixed sprocket of the rear wheel, and grinds coffee as you ride.
A new survey found that only 4 in 10 Americans know that the lightbulbs will disappear on New Year’s Day.
Researchers call it a “chemical barcode,” like pheromones, but we think that’s just a fancy way of saying “we had a giant bender on campus.”
This new prototype uses 15 to 20 percent less cardboard and is easier to close, open, and reuse.
Here are the 10 states with the worst drivers (and the 10 with the best). How'd your state shape up?
“It’s an extreme example of males being reduced to simply a bag of sperm,” says marine biologist Adrian Glover.
A reader wonders if there a way to keep the cold out this winter. Umbra is just getting warmed up.
In December 2008, a million gallons of fly-ash sludge polluted Tennessee land and rivers. Since then, the EPA has done little to protect Americans from similar accidents.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.